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stamina

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈstæmɪnə/
the physical or mental energy that allows you to do something for a long time: Marathon runners need a lot of stamina.Energetic and livelyStrength of will and determination
Translations of “stamina”
in Vietnamese sức chịu đựng…
in Spanish aguante…
in Thai ความแข็งแรง…
in Malaysian stamina…
in French endurance…
in German das Durchhaltevermögen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 耐力, 耐性, 持久力…
in Indonesian daya tahan…
in Russian выносливость…
in Turkish dayanma gücü, dayanıklılık, tahammül…
in Chinese (Simplified) 耐力, 耐性, 持久力…
in Polish wytrzymałość, wytrwałość…
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